Monthly Archives: March 2010

A Philosophy of Cloud – understand the trends, leverage the technologies – cross post from Citrix Community

24 Mar 2010 01:18 AM EDT A Philosophy of Cloud – understand the underlying trends, leverage the technologies [ Tags: trends , future , team-citrix-labs , team-executive-cto , nonspecific ] posted by Michael Harries Understand the underlying trends… Continue reading

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APAC Virtualization Roundtable – Some Citrix views

Thanks @andreleibovici and @demitasseNZ for having me on APAC Virtualization Roundtable. Topics covered include: Citrix Labs Cloud Computing – part of a larger shift Client virtualization (XenClient) NirvanaPhone Mobile Internet futures I forgot t… Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace, the story – Prezi – for schools (and the rest of us) – created by @andragy – Happy #ald10

Ada Lovelace (for schools) on Prezi ** I recommend following the link so that Prezi can be viewed at full resolution ** Congratulations @andragy on this very cool, very fun Ada Lovelace Presi for Ada Lovelace day. Featured on http://findingada.com… Continue reading

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The Mediator Pattern for Desktop and App Virtualization ?? copy of my Citrix Community post

15 Mar 2010 10:47 PM EDT The Mediator Pattern for Desktop and App Virtualization [ Tags: xendesktop , xenapp , receiver , team-citrix-labs ] posted by Michael Harries What does a pattern mean to you? The modern software idea of Design Patterns com… Continue reading

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Hyperreality or cyberspace – real social media experts (philosophers) (essay from @andragy)

via scribd.com “Baudrillard’s hyperreality is not a map at all, but a participative process that may shape us, or may allow us to shape our surroundings. There is no other controller. Governance is our own hands but is set to mass agendas. The cyb… Continue reading

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Great Danah Boyd Interview (at SxSW) – realities of digital native, privacy and location

via blog.pepsicozeitgeist.com Great interview with Dana Boyd on her work at Microsoft Research – nice primer on realities of the web/social net for the “digital native”, and a couple of pointers on how location changes a lot of social games. If yo… Continue reading

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Connecting Women and Technology ?? Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology

We are proud to announce the 2010 Women of Vision Award Winners:Lila Ibrahim, Kathleen McKeown and Kristina Johnson Connecting Women and Technology We are women technologists. We use technology to connect our communities. We create technology beca… Continue reading

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